The History of Radionics

Want to learn the history of radionics? Dr. Albert Abrams uncovered and established the practices now known as radionics. By doing so Dr. Albert Abrams is considered today as “the father of radionics”. The resulting is a brief account of his story, the continuation, and contributors of radionics.

What is Radionics

Radionics is a shamanic art and metaphysical science of local and distant manifestation, using intentionally programmed instruments and patterns to shield and protect and amplify, store and increase the frequency of Reiki, Homeopathy, Animated and Inanimate Acupuncture.

Radionics is an energy management method in which our innate analytical capabilities are used both to uncover imbalances and to promote the restoration of a normal energy environment. It is separate from the difference between the practitioner and the subject.

Radionics can be used for humans, animals, and agriculture by means of radionic instruments that enhance and ‘ align ‘ the subtle energy field of the subject. The energetic reference is rendered by way of a ‘ radionic witness ‘ which can be a snapshot, a hair fragment or any other biological specimen.


Early life of Albert Abrams

Albert Abrams was born in 1863 in San Francisco. He studied German and with high honors, he received his medical diploma from the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Abram considered a genius, studied physics under Hermann Von Helmholtz. To start his medical practice, he returned to san Francisco. He became a professor of pathology and, later, Director of Clinical Medicine at Leland Stanford University, California USA. He was later recognized as an expert on diseases of the nervous system.

Back in that time, before the invention of modern medical diagnostics equipment, doctors used to use percussion to find out what was wrong with the patient. The way this was done was by the doctor tapping different parts of the body all the while listening for differences in the sound and/or tone of tapping.

 Abrams noticed a strange-sounding “thud” in a certain location in the patient’s stomach while percussing the stomach of cancer studies. He also noticed the same response in the same stomach area of other cancer patients. Later in other locations of the stomach, he found similar sounds in patients suffering from other diseases.

While researching in the USA, Abrams’s work became controversial when experiments suggested that:

Disease is a type of imbalance in electrons in the atoms of diseased tissue. Rather than a cellular disorder. Therefore, it could be identified as a source of radiation power.

Radiation from diseased tissue may be detected after it has passed through a healthy person’s body / tissues and/or through a wire.

Participants in Abram’s early experiments held a wire attached to the body tissue phial and the noises produced as their abdomen was palpated associated with whether the individual or the phial contained diseased tissue. It did not matter whether the diseased tissue was in the human or the phial, the noise was the same – and distinct from that of a healthy person who was only attached with healthy tissue. This auditory reaction is known as the Electronic Reaction of Abrams, simplified to ‘ ERA. ‘

Abrams took detailed notes of the noise/sound made with each different disease. He also went on to calculate the resistance (in Ohms) of a broad range of diseases, ailments, and disorders. These are known as ‘Radionic Rates’. These books have been continually revised and updated by subsequent researchers.


Historic Contributors of Radionics

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz – Physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, father frequency. He began the modern science journey of discovery as frequency relates to human health and function. Hertz found that virtually every life force has electrical energy involved at some level.

Nikola Tesla – discovered that all objects have a resonant frequency. And that reversing the phase of its wavelength dramatic changes in behavior could be evolved. For example here nearly leveled buildings by simply reversing the resonant wavelength of a building steel beams a hundred and eighty degrees out of phase this is the secret of how singers shatter wine glasses.

Albert Einstein – posited that everything in life is vibration.

Royal Robert Rife – discovered that by reversing the sin wave of a pathogen he could kill deadly pathogens and human body without harming the cells of the body.